Trip to Nepal
The Nepal tour packages from Patna are perfect for those who want to explore the cultural and historical landmarks of the Kathmandu Valley. With a car rental service, you can visit popular sites like Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. You can book a car rental service in Patna, Bihar for Nepal tour packages, not just from Bihar you can book Nepal tour packages from Kathmandu, Raxaul, and Forbesganj. Variety of fleets we have like Innova, Innova Crysta, and Scorpio, if you want to roam around Nepal and Kathmandu with your family, you can hire Innova and Innova Crysta from Delhi for Nepal tour packages.
This itinerary includes visits to the Chitwan National Park, Pokhara, Lumbini, and Kathmandu. The tour covers a distance of
approximately 150 km from Bettiah to Chitwan on the first day, which takes about 5 hours. Then 200 km from Chitwan to Pokhara,
which takes about 6 hours. 250 km from Pokhara to Lumbini, which takes about 8 hours, and 300 km from Lumbini to Kathmandu,
which takes about 8 hours. The tour ends with a 9th day with night stay at Bettiah. The total distance of the trip is around
1000km, which will be covered by SUV car. The time taken in total will be around 32 hours (approx Please note that the time taken
may vary depending on the road conditions, traffic and other factors.
- Bettiah to Chitwan National Park (distance: approx. 150 km, time taken: approx. 5
(night stay at chitwan)
- Chitwan to Pokhara (distance: approx. 200 km, time taken: approx. 6 hours) (2-day stay in pokhara)
- Pokhara to Lumbini (distance: approx. 250 km, time taken: approx. 8 hours) (night stay at Lumbini)
- Lumbini to Kathmandu (distance: approx. 300 km, time taken: approx. 8 hours) (1-day stay to explore Kathmandu)
- Kathmandu to Bettiah (distance: approx. 150 km, time taken: approx. 5 hours)
GST Accessories (Chargeable extra)
- Fooding and Lodging
- Gadgets (GOPro, Dslr Camera, Gimbal)
- Installment Based
- 25% Before 20 days
- 25% on Pickup
- Rest Amount on Trip
|Per Day charges||Tour Guide charges||Per Day Hotel Charges|
|INR 8000/-which includes all tolls & taxes across India, Nepal custom clearance. Driver allowance
excluded. Parking charges applicable.
|INR 15000/-||INR 4000/-|
Budhha Birth Place
Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage. Among the pilgrims was the Indian emperor Ashoka, who erected one of his commemorative pillars there. The site is now being developed as a Buddhist pilgrimage centre, where the archaeological remains associated with the birth of the Lord Buddha form a central feature.
The complex of structures within the archaeological conservation area includes the Shakya Tank; the remains within the Maya Devi Temple consisting of brick structures in a cross-wall system dating from the 3rd century BC to the present century and the sandstone Ashoka pillar with its Pali inscription in Brahmi script. Additionally there are the excavated remains of Buddhist viharas (monasteries) of the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD and the remains of Buddhist stupas (memorial shrines) from the 3rd century BC to the 15th century AD. The site is now being developed as a Buddhist pilgrimage centre, where the archaeological remains associated with the birth of the Lord Buddha form a central feature.
A Pagoda-styled temple built in the 17th century, the Pashupatinath Temple is a prominent religious symbol for Hindus in Nepal. The heritage of the Pashupatinath mandir began several centuries before the temple was built. Many legends surround this area, and most of them are quite interesting to know about whether or not you follow Hinduism. This Pashupatinath mandir in Nepal is one of seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley. Surrounded by crowded markets, this temple overlooks the dazzling stretch of the Bagmati River.They landed in Nepal’s forest regions and were fascinated by the glory of the land. When they arrived at the banks of the Bagmati River, they decided to stay for eternity. When the other gods and goddesses decided to bring them to their cosmic work, Lord Shiva refused to come. Gods had no other choice than to use force to bring them back. Lord Shiva, disguised as a deer, lost one of his antlers during this terrible fight.
Pashupatinath temple has four entrance gates of which the primary one is located on the western side. The other entrances are only opened during festivals and special events.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park, in Nepal, is now known as a popular safari destination for tourists, offering and guided tours through the jungle, and boasting many, many plant and animal species.While it was originally quite treacherous to reach, in the 1950s, human settlements moved in closer to the park, increasing poaching and sparking the need for wildlife preservation policies — particularly in order to protect the area's rhinos, whose population dropped substantially between 1950 and 1960. Until 2006, the park was known as the Royal Chitwan National Park, the name only changing at the end of the decade-long civil war during which Nepal's centuries-old monarchy was overthrown.
The Chitwan National Park was quite the opposite of a wildlife refuge: it was at that time a private hunting reserve used by aristocrats and royals. In a roundabout way, the area wound up with an unusual level of environmental protection. Since the decimation of natural habitats is the biggest threat to wildlife in the area.